Like most modern cities, in Macau we’re lucky to have a variety of housing options. For those with a sense of adventure, who want to experience a more “local” way of life, there are a number of excellent and unique, low rise properties to investigate.
Think you know everything about Macau? Raquel Dias is willing to bet there are a number of fun facts you do not know about the city’s colourful history!
Escape the crowds around the Ruins of St. Paul and discover the hidden world of Calçada do Amparo, featuring specialty stores, exhibition space, and food outlets.
Whenever our friends from abroad come visit us in town, we always include our personal favorite local snacks in their itinerary. Maybe the next time you come visit Macau, you can include them, too.
Keep the kids entertained this summer break with wonderful things to do in Macau!
Who said Macau was no fun for kids? From bouncy castles to indoor racing tracks, there is no shortage of indoor playrooms around town perfect for rainy days—and happy children!